If you have ever wondered what Equine Touch is and if it will be beneficial for your horse then this podcast episode is just for you. We will be talking with Babette Littlemore an Equine Touch practitioner and instructor. We’ll find out what Equine Touch is, how it can benefit your horse, your relationship with your horse, what to expect in an Equine Touch session.
To learn more about The Equine Touch visit their website: https://www.equinetouchuk.com
Our featured book for February was ‘From East to West by Saddle is Best’ written by Claire Alldritt.
Claire left her home in the east of Scotland and set out on a journey to the west coast with two horses. This is a story of exploration, trust and resilience. It’s about making your way along the trail, whether on four legs or two. This book will take you from coast to coast in search of adventure, friendship and discovery.
In today’s podcast, we’ll be chatting with author and long-distance trail rider Claire Alldritt.
East to West by Saddle is Best is available from Amazon: From East to West by Saddle is Best: A horseback journey across the Scottish Highlands: Amazon.co.uk: Alldritt, Claire, Sutherland, Leandra: Books
Read the Horsemanship Journal Book Review: Take a ride across the Highlands with Claire, Swift and Yogi! (horsemanship-journal.com)
In this episode, Kate chats with Hanna Walton an international horse development specialist, event rider and teacher.
Hanna & Kate will be chatting about Hanna's upcoming article series in Horsemanship Journal following the journey of Riley. In the four-part article series, Hanna will share his progress with you as it unfolds throughout the year, through his rehabilitation and back into competitive eventing. Hanna will share her approach, the different stages of his program, and how and what she will prioritise at each step.
Learn about Hanna and Riley in this podcast and read the article series in Horsemanship Journal, part 1 is in February's issue.
You can also follow Hanna on Instagram or find out more on her website
In this episode, we are talking with Janet L. Jones, author of 'Horse Brain, Human Brain. The Neuroscience of Horsemanship'. This was our book of the month in October. Horse Brain, Human Brain is a book and training philosophy developed by Janet Jones. With her background as a brain scientist, horse trainer, and writer, Janet is uniquely positioned to apply brain function to the training of horses and riders. All horsemanship rests on mutual interaction between horse and human brains.
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Find out more about Janet’s work:-
Follow Janet on Facebook www.facebook.com/Janet-Jones-Horse-Brains-104485187713379
Janet’s website and Blog www.janet-jones.com
In this episode, we get to know one of authors a little better, meet Sean Coleman an equine behaviourist helping people to understand not only why horses do what they do but how to effect it. Sean is a 3* Parelli Professional and has spent extensive time learning directly from Pat as one of his apprentices.
Interview date: 2018
Cathy Sirett, author of Complete Confidence, and Kate chat about confidence and the journey that led Cathy to write her book. They explore the tools that help people move from anxiety to waking up excited to spend time with their horses and achieve their equine goals.
In this podcast, Kate chats with qualified life coach, natural horsemanship instructor and secondary school teacher Helen O’Hanlon. In this discussion, they cover a variety of topics including cognitive behavioural coaching, mindfulness and positive psychology.
Amazing Grace written by Franklin Levinson and Narrated by Sarah Jane Rose, Featuring vocals from Dru Stephenson.
"There are many places that we can now go to learn about being with and training horses in gentle ways. Using internet searches to find trust based trainers, thoughtful and even spiritual paths with horses, can provide many options for those seeking better relationships with horses."
This audio article helps you interpret and connect the physical signals that horses display in response to their environment. These signals are evident in the everyday actions, gestures and attitudes that horses communicate to each other, but are often so subtle that they can go unnoticed by humans.